WHAT IS PUBLIC PROCUREMENT?
The process of acquisition represents the organization and conduct of the procurement of goods, works or services, regardless of their purpose (whether talking about a new investment, whether we consider the current activity).
Public procurement is the sum of all processes of planning, prioritizing, organizing, advertising and procedures to achieve by purchasing organizations that are funded totally or partially by public budgets (European, national or local, international donors).
The rules on which public contracts are awarded to ensure the free movement of goods and services in the European Union and to ensure that procedures for the award of public procurement contracts comply with regulations on free competition.
The PRAG (Practical Guide) brings together a range of applicable rules for European external procurement through the EU budget. For example, if you have an ongoing project funded by Serbia IPA PRAG rules apply.
WHY NEED OF PUBLIC PROCUREMENT?
Public Procurement represents required procedures to be conducted within organizations that are partly or wholly funded by public budget.
Most private entities make procurements according to well-defined internal rules, unless they receive a grant, in which case must comply with the Public Procurement Act or instructions for funding program in this regard.
Public legal entities are required to comply with Ordinance 34/2006 regarding the award of public procurement contracts, public works concession contracts and services, recently amended by Law no. 279/2011 (Public Procurement Law).
DOCUMENTATION FOR PUBLIC PROCUREMENTS – VERTICAL FINANCE
TYPES OF GEO 34/2006 PROCEDURES
Whether you are a public authority or in implementing a European funded project, our consultants can offer full documentation (notices of intent, notices, tender documentation / selection, preparation of contracts, etc.) For the following types of public procurement procedures according to GEO 34/2006 with subsequent amendments and completions:
- Direct granting
- Open auction
- Restricted auction
- Competitive dialogue
- Solution contest
Our experience in public procurement according to GEO 34/2006 includes 30 procedures for service, supply and works.
TYPES OF PRAG 2013 PROCEDURES
If you want to run a PRAG public procurement procedure, the consultants are available with invitations of participation, terms of reference, models and specific PRAG forms, for the following procedures:
- Single tender/negotiated
- Open tender
- Restricted tender
- Framework contract
- Competitive negotiation
- Dynamic purchasing system
- Competitive dialogue
Our experience in PRAG procedures includes 21 services, goods and works procedure.